Society of Saint-Vincent-de-Paul
30 million poor people served in the world
"I would like to embrace the World in a network of charity"
Council General launches the International Competition
Mini World Youth Day in Durban, South Africa
LIBERIA: new country joining the SSVP
Activities' report for 2017
Three weeks ago, from 2nd of February to 14th of March, Brother Renato Lima de Oliveira has visited seven countries in Africa where the SSVP is present,
"My Father will honor the one who serves me".
The General Council’s head office was a hive of activity in February, with three business meetings held there in a week. Renato Lima de Oliveira – our 16th President-General – then left for his official trip to Africa.
Over 3000 Catholic youth, from various southern African countries, gathered under the theme: “The mighty one has done great things for me and Holy is His name.”
At the end of 2017, SSVP members from Yvelines (78) went to Vietnam to meet their Vincentian counterparts.
An initiative launched to help families in need to meet school expenses and give children a positive vision of the school.
Founded in 1867 by a French priest, the New Zealand branch of the Society of Saint Vincent de Paul celebrated its 150 years of service last October.
In the suburbs of Juba, a training center promotes the professional integration of young people
In Eugene (Oregon), the Ste of Saint Vincent de Paul will renovate an old church in the aim to give home and support to homeless students.
In the province of Lugo, an initiative by a local volunteering network including among others, an SSVP youth conference, has led to “A shared house” project which launched in October 2012.
Home visits, foodbanks, outreach: reflections on meeting and listening to others at the heart of SSVP action.